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One other thing I found on the way back to Penang was the Taiping Zoo. I didn't see the zoo in Singapore or KL, so this was one thing I might like and what was worth a visit hehe.
It is said that it is the oldest zoo in Malaysia, you could tell, a little by the fences and all, but they were actually rebuilding some nice things.
First I had to drive a bit (of course), but I didn't have a problem with that... After going down the mountain in Cameron ...
... such acts of petulance. The underworld adventure continues round the head land at the back entrance of Maya bay. Made famous by the film of Alex garlands book "The Beach" the speedboats loaded with travellers now pay the testimony of just how popular these islands have become. The standard feeling of paradise ruined runs past my mind for a moment only to be blocked out by pure awe at what we see around us. Limestone shards sitting within tercquice bays eagles fly above and neon ...
... constantly. I didn't say much because I asked myself if it was worth the effort if a person is not ready to listen and keep on with his own monologue. I told his partner that we want to leave because we don’t feel welcome here and she even helped me out and said that we can leave tonight because there is another guest coming who needs to be picked up.
When he dropped us at the center of Lenggong, he started a conversation again where he interrupted my ...
... feet were considered very pretty.
We then headed off to see some of the small temples as there was not alot to do in Penang especially when it was raining and once we had looked around we then headed to a barbour so Andy could get his hair cut. It was quite amusing watching Andy try to explain to someone who spoke little English how he wanted his hair cut, I'm glad i didn't risk my hair ...
... place to change it and replacement not expensive in our terms, with cheerful tyre fitters who refused a tip!
Arrived at the only hotel in KB which appears on Expedia ...The Renaissance and we must say that the £65 including breakfast for a huge room with TV the size of a billiard table, an office area, a bed the size of a football pitch! We are thinking that the whole of the first floor at home might have to go open plan .....???!!!